SimCorp has released version 3.1 of its TMS2000 investment management system. Enhancements in the release are designed to support front and middle office operations, including a risk factor analyses module and a fixed income performance attribution module. Other highlights of the new release include: a web deal capture module; new instruments; and functionality to support funds decomposition. The new risk factor analyses module consists of bond and interest rate factor analyses. New features in the module include switch/hedge functionality, which allows the risk in a portfolio to be rebalanced or changed in line with predefined requirements. It also enables barbell strategies to be carried out. For the middle office, a fixed income performance attribution module has been added and considerably enhances the basis of performance calculations. It enables the user to decompose the change in market value. In performance calculations, business class level functionality can be applied and a wide range of key ratio, attribution and fixed income fields have been added.
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